"House Republicans have been called extortionists, terrorists, drunks, kidnappers, anarchists, and the list goes on," he said. "I understand that this government shutdown has caused uncertainty and tension for hundreds of thousands of Americans, but this type of behavior cannot and will not be tolerated.
My Cleburne office was vandalized with anti-Republican hate speech last night. This behavior cannot be tolerated. pic.twitter.com/6HcThHg983— Rep. Roger WilliamsRoger WilliamsNY rep swipes at Kaepernick after NYC bombing suspect caught Overnight Regulation: House bill to block Obama regs advances Lawmakers launch Congressional Football Caucus MORE (@RepRWilliams) October 2, 2013
The vandals hung posters on his door that say "We've had enough tea, thanks," and hung tea bags from the top of the door.
"We are the United States of America, and it's time for the Senate, the White House and the House to come to the negotiating table and unite, and figure out this problem we have for all Americans," he said.
— This story was updated at 1:58 p.m. to correct the name of the town where Williams's office is located and at 2:14 p.m. to add Williams's tweet and photo.